Adiós Miami

It is the city that connects me back to my roots.. Its name comes from the Calusa word "Mayami," meaning "Big Water.".... It's close to my home land, traveling from Key West is around 90 miles.... It's alive, complicated it, exotic, and rough some times... You may love her or hate her, or both... I have mixed feelings for her, but today that I am close to leave her... I can say I will miss her....Eventhough I know it will be just for a little while ....

There is Reggaeton and There is Cuban Reggaeton

Here we go! Reggaeton is what I called “La manzana de la Discordia” (The apple of discord). The reason why I say this is because many people classify this rhythm as “vulgar” and with no sense of educational purposes while others really enjoy listening to it. I do agree that some songs have strong language content, but I am not here to judge. Who am I to say what is wrong or right in regards to a performer or songwriter, but… here we go again!!! What I can really do is to write about it. So, I will tell you what I think and know about Reggaeton, or more specifically the one I rather listen to, which is Cuban Reggaeton, and even more specific my number one Cuban reggaeton band: Gente de Zona.

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